The “I Wanna Be” Syndrome

| July 15, 2012

“Everyone I know is getting married or engaged!” “I sure wish I had a “SPECIAL” friendship like…” “I am already 19 (or 22 or 35) and I don’t even have a serious boyfriend or suitor!” “I thought for SURE I’d be married right after graduating High School!” “Maybe I should try E-Harmony or something so […]

Duggar kids, free indeed

| September 3, 2010

Here is  a great article with some excellent and insightful commentary on the Duggar family: As we spoke to the 3 of them, one word kept jumping out at me:  Freedom.  These girls were experiencing freedom teenagers rarely taste.  Completely free to be themselves.  The exact opposite of the words so often used by media folk […]

Daughters as Pillars

| June 3, 2010

“May our daughters be like graceful pillars, carved to beautify a palace.–Psalm 144:12 Graceful and beautiful pillars are indeed being raised today. I have seen them with my own eyes. They stand out from the crowd. They are being raised for kingdom purposes.

Raising Homemakers

| June 1, 2010

It’s here! The Raising Homemakers website launched today! It is so exciting to have a place for all of us mothers, daughters, grandmothers and women from all types of backgrounds– to be able to gather and be encouraged on this blessed journey of raising godly daughters and preparing them in the arts of homemaking to […]

For Young Girls: The Importance of Living A Meaningful Life

| March 23, 2010

You may wonder why it is necessary to find purpose in life when you are young, but a young person who drifts along letting things happen to him, with no plan or purpose, will become an old person with the same failures. A person without a plan will be prey to destructive influences, but one […]